Rachel Antuzzi

Articles by Rachel Antuzzi

Women’s basketball head coach Kate Pearson reaches 100 wins

Cabrini women’s basketball head coach Kate Pearson, and seniors Megan Decker and Amber Keys share their thoughts on the head coach reaching 100 career wins… Read More

Cotton picking in Uzbekistan: ‘volunteer’ or forced labor?

Cotton is a staple fiber that grows in a boll. After being harvested, cotton is spun into yarn or thread. It is the world’s… Read More

Going green? or just trying to break even?

When you buy something Fair Trade certified, what are your thoughts behind your purchase? Are you buying it to help make a difference? Are you following the crowd? Or are you making such purchases to make up for the fact that you don’t shop or act that way throughout the day?

How far will you go to pay your loans?

Student debt has alumni stressing more about how they are going to pay it off rather than worrying about finding a job in their field of study. College students and graduates are entering the real world with hopes of landing a dream career. However, when they look at their mountain of loans they need to pay off, loans become the main focus.

Could you last without your phone to help someone less fortunate?

Without looking, do you know where your phone is? For most people, their cell phones are within arm’s reach. It’s probably in a pocket on their person. Heck, you’re probably browsing apps while reading the paper; mindless multitasking. But what are you doing?

‘Sometimes in April’ shows students severity of genocide

“Yes, it is April again. Every year in April, the raining season starts. And every year, every day in April… the haunting emptiness descends… Read More

‘Frozen’: a movie to melt hearts

“Frozen” is the latest Disney blockbuster to hit the big screen. As an animated feature about two princesses, a talking snowman and a lovable… Read More

Cabrini becomes one of 17 Fair Trade universities and colleges

“Earning status as a Fair Trade College is just one more example–and a significant one–of how an Education of the Heart can be realized in every corner of life at Cabrini,” President Takes said.

Thanksgiving: an overlooked holiday?

As someone whose birthday falls in late November and a huge food consumption enthusiast, I love Thanksgiving. On a less superficial note, I love… Read More

2d Lt Rosie Doyle, Semper Fi

  Not six month after graduation in May, Rosie Doyle is working her way up the ranks in the Marine Corps. The youngest child… Read More

Women’s basketball head coach Kate Pearson reaches 100 wins

Cabrini women’s basketball head coach Kate Pearson, and seniors Megan Decker and Amber Keys share their thoughts on the head coach reaching 100 career wins… Read More

Cotton picking in Uzbekistan: ‘volunteer’ or forced labor?

Cotton is a staple fiber that grows in a boll. After being harvested, cotton is spun into yarn or thread. It is the world’s… Read More

Going green? or just trying to break even?

When you buy something Fair Trade certified, what are your thoughts behind your purchase? Are you buying it to help make a difference? Are you following the crowd? Or are you making such purchases to make up for the fact that you don’t shop or act that way throughout the day?

How far will you go to pay your loans?

Student debt has alumni stressing more about how they are going to pay it off rather than worrying about finding a job in their field of study. College students and graduates are entering the real world with hopes of landing a dream career. However, when they look at their mountain of loans they need to pay off, loans become the main focus.

Could you last without your phone to help someone less fortunate?

Without looking, do you know where your phone is? For most people, their cell phones are within arm’s reach. It’s probably in a pocket on their person. Heck, you’re probably browsing apps while reading the paper; mindless multitasking. But what are you doing?

‘Sometimes in April’ shows students severity of genocide

“Yes, it is April again. Every year in April, the raining season starts. And every year, every day in April… the haunting emptiness descends… Read More

‘Frozen’: a movie to melt hearts

“Frozen” is the latest Disney blockbuster to hit the big screen. As an animated feature about two princesses, a talking snowman and a lovable… Read More

Cabrini becomes one of 17 Fair Trade universities and colleges

“Earning status as a Fair Trade College is just one more example–and a significant one–of how an Education of the Heart can be realized in every corner of life at Cabrini,” President Takes said.

Thanksgiving: an overlooked holiday?

As someone whose birthday falls in late November and a huge food consumption enthusiast, I love Thanksgiving. On a less superficial note, I love… Read More

2d Lt Rosie Doyle, Semper Fi

  Not six month after graduation in May, Rosie Doyle is working her way up the ranks in the Marine Corps. The youngest child… Read More